Cultural heritage can be described as a product that captures the expression of a people through audio and visual arts. However, due to technological convergence, globalisation, and skewed money ethics, the interpretation and valuation of heritage materials can result in inventory misinterpretation, copyright infringements and theft through piracy.
To accurately and precisely value historical archives and inventories can, therefore, play a crucial role in the creation, planning and sustainability of frameworks, models and strategies needed for decision making and complex negotiations dedicated to caring for cultural heritage.
It is in the light of the above that Broadcast Media Africa (BMA), in conjunction with Apricity Consulting, invites you to the forthcoming online industry forum on “Archives Access And Exploitation: Dealing With Rights And IP Restrictions”.
The online forum will highlight how the protection and management of cultural heritage resources can ensure maximum vitality, values, and functions of audiovisual heritage for current and future generations; furthermore, how archives can be positively exploited for their essential role by creating a sustainable economic and social business model.
This event, scheduled to take place on Thursday, 10 February 2022, on Zoom.US, will assist put in context factors involved in the exploitation value of cultural heritage to create demand for content.
To learn more about the industry forum, visit the EVENT WEBSITE HERE!